Karachaganak Field is a gas condensate field in Kazakhstan. It is located about 23 kilometres (14 mi) east of Aksai in the northwest of Kazakhstan.
Structural modification on P1 barge
The scope of the Khabarovsk refinery modernization has gradually been expanded to enhance refining capacity, to improve the quality of oil products and to facilitate crude oil supplies to the refinery through the East Siberian Pacific Ocean pipeline (ESPO).
The 865 km ROMPCO Mozambique to Secunda Pipeline (MSP) supplies natural gas from the Pande and Temane gas fields in Mozambique to the SASOL CTL Refinery in Secunda, South Africa.
The Additional Living Quarter platform, designed for 90 people on board, will provide additional accommodations and living improvements to the North Field Bravo, matching the applicable offshore standards.
Phase 3 of the Total-operated field will consist of adding wells to the existing infrastructure and upgrading the processing plant to increase its capacity by 10% to 20,000 barrels of oil per day by 2022.
The project to construct a pipeline in Serbia running from the Bulgarian border to the border with Hungary is being implemented by Gastrans, a joint venture of Russia’s gas producer Gazprom and Srbijagas.
The project is aimed at extending the plateau of liquid hydrocarbons extraction, which, in turn, will help to gain significant additional profit for the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Karachaganak partner companies.